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McCormick and Enercon Industries work together to add a hermetic seal to glass containers The large food manufacturer, McCormick, was in search of a hermetic sealing solution to improve the quality and shelf life of its various products, which are packaged into glass bottles. The company worked with Enercon Industries’ specialists and introduced induction cap sealing to its production.

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A major manufacturer of spices, herbs and flavourings has moved to induction cap sealing to improve the preservation of its products.

McCormick, a Fortune 1000 company, now seals some of its biggest brands – Schwartz, Vahiné and Ducros – with Enercon’s induction sealing technology.

“Our products were initially sealed with a tamper sleeve,” said Jean-Michel Allier, Engineering Project Manager at McCormick France.

“We moved to an induction sealed foil to improve the shelf life of our products – the colours and aromas are preserved by the foil seal,” he added.

Speaking about the importance of a hermetically sealed product, Mr Allier said: “As our merchandise is a consumer product, it is critical that the containers are sealed.

“The sealed cap guarantees that the flavour of our product is preserved.”

McCormick packages its products into glass containers – a material that can be difficult to seal. But thanks to Enercon’s advanced sealing equipment, a solution was found.

Speaking about Enercon, Mr Allier said: “The company was proactive throughout this development. Enercon agreed to perform many tests and has developed specific sealing heads for our glass bottles.

“I strongly recommend Enercon.”

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"We moved to an induction sealed foil to improve the shelf life of our products – the colours and aromas are preserved by the foil seal,” he added."
Jean-Michel Allier, Engineering Project Manager at McCormick France
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